A Douglasville man allegedly posed as a doctor at his Smyrna clinic and sexually battered a woman who went to the clinic last month for a required immigration physical, according to a Cobb County criminal warrant.
Patrick Ikponmwosu Ogbebor was arrested Friday on charges of aggravated sexual battery, sexual battery and practicing medicine without a license.
According to the warrant, a woman went to the Mosthouse Lab Test & Healthcare Clinic on Feb. 21 to have an immigration physical, but Ogbebor "went far and beyond the standard set up by USCIS, Form I-693, Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record" when he administered a mammogram and a pelvic exam.
No one was around at the time at the examinations, which did not "fit the standard of the exams normally performed by a medical doctor," authorities wrote in the warrant.
During the breast examination, Ogbebor wore a white medical jacket with a pinned name plate of Oladayo on it, according to the warrant.
"Accused, by his own admission, is not performing as a licensed physician, he gave the name of a doctor who is affiliated with his business as Dr. Osinuga, who has an office in SE Atlanta area. It was later determined that Osinuga's first name is Oladayo."
Ogbebor is being held in the Cobb County jail without bond.
According to the Smyrna-Vinings Patch business directory, Mosthouse Lab Test & Healthcare Clinic "offers a variety of testing services for health care providers and employers, ranging from drugs and alcohol screenings to DNA/paternity testing, pregnancy tests, blood panels and more."